Meet The $30,000 Behringer iPod Dock

By Lisa Carlin

Audio and music equipment company Behringer has launched the Eurosound consumer electronics brand, which the company says stand for “concert quality sound at an amazing value.” What better way to celebrate the launch than by unveiling the world’s largest and loudest, not to mention the most expensive, iPod dock?

Meet the iNuke Boom. Read about it here, that is. The Boom will boom boom first at the CES 2012 in Las Vegas in January. The $29,999.99 (manufacturer’s suggested retail price) monster speaker system measures a whopping 8 feet wide by 4 feet tall, weighs over 700 pounds and pumps out over 10,000 Watts of power.

Grab one. You may have the only iPod dock visible from space.


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